O2 sensor, bank 2 sensor 2, has an issue.
This is the post-cat sensor, so it's either a bad sensor, broken wiring,
etc. It needs to be fixed, but you can drive the truck - it won't hurt
anything (if it were a pre-cat O2 sensor, that would affect your A/F ratio,
and that could cause other problems).
thanks again, Tom..
Is the sensor on the exhaust system behind the cat, or what?
I'f I'm going to get my creaky ol' body under the truck, I might as well know
what wiring I'm looking for..
Actually, I was going to mention her.. and that I think I'm pretty lucky to have
a lady that even looks at or notices warning lights...
I'm thinking that the best thing for this ol' body is to wait out the rain and
just jack the sucker up and put it on stands..
I'd have the kid do it, but the one who knows which end of a screwdriver to use
is in Korea and the one that's staying with us now couldn't figure out how to
pour piss out of a boot if the instructions were printed on the bottom..
I'll check it out....
Maybe I'll even get in the mood to jack up the ram and change that damn speed
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